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    Hi

    Following on from this thread and Getwindsurfing video above, I was learning grubbies in vass this year. All advice welcome please

    A few attempts on the video here.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIQb...ature=youtu.be

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    Very hard to critique this move from the mast point of veiw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by getwindsurfingphil View Post
    Very hard to critique this move from the mast point of veiw.
    Definitely! I find it really hard!

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    grubby sequence pics

    Quote Originally Posted by getwindsurfingphil View Post
    Very hard to critique this move from the mast point of veiw.
    Great grubby session on friday. Is this angle any better. Landed in the waterstart position which is what happens most of the time. Had a couple of dry ones in weymouth in the flatter water but no idea what was different.

    Any advice anyone?
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    Try looking over your back (right) shoulder for your exit. It may help keep you over the board.
    At the moment it seems you are looking down and you seem a little off centre

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    Quote Originally Posted by getwindsurfingphil View Post
    Try looking over your back (right) shoulder for your exit. It may help keep you over the board.
    At the moment it seems you are looking down and you seem a little off centre
    Cheers phil

    will give it a try tomorrow

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